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A treatise on febrile diseases: intermitting, remitting, and continued fevers ; eruptive fevers ; inflammations ; hemorrhagies ; and the profluvia ; in which an attempt is made to present ... whatever ... it is requisite for the physician to know, respecting the symptoms, causes, and cure of those diseases ; with experimental essays, on certain febrile symptoms, on the nature of inflammation, and on the manner on [sic] which opium and tobacco act on the living animal body (Volume 2)

Published 1809
Topics Fever, Medicine

"An essay on the nature of fever, being an attempt to ascertain the principles of its treatment": v. 2, p. [533]-615, with special title page. This was separately published in Worcester in 1807

Film 633 reel 74 is part of Research Publications Early American Medical Imprints collection (RP reel 74, no. 1542)

Includes bibliographical references

Shaw & Shoemaker

Austin, R.B. Early Amer. medical imprints


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Publisher Hartford : Published and sold by Oliver D. Cooke, sold also by Johnson and Warner, Philadelphia ; Collins and Perkins, New-York ; and James Burdett and Co. Boston ; Lincoln & Gleason, printers
Language English
Digitizing sponsor Open Knowledge Commons, U.S. National Library of Medicine
Book contributor U.S. National Library of Medicine
Collection medicalheritagelibrary; medicineintheamericas; usnationallibraryofmedicine; americana

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